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Discovering the Early Jewish Communities of the South
a presentation by
Lee Shai Weissbach

TitleDiscovering the Early Jewish Communities of the South
CreatorLee Shai Weissbach
Alt. CreatorJudith Shulimson, Director, Center for Jewish Studies, UNCA
Subject KeywordJewish communities ; population growth ; demographics ; Southern Jewish history ;
Subject LCSHWeissbach, Lee Shai
Jewish population studies -- Southern States
Description Lee Shai Weissbach presents a paper on the growth of American Jewish populations during the 19th and early 20th centuries in which he explores the historical geography of Jewish life in the South and examines current knowledge about early Jewish communities.
PublisherD.H. Ramsey Library Special Collections, University of North Carolina at Asheville, NC, 28804
ContributorCenter for Jewish Studies, UNCA
Format1 tape
SourceOH-JHWNC .W457 L4
Relation Is part of "Jewish Culture in the South: Past, Present, and Future," a conference presented by the Center for Jewish Studies at UNCA on April 15-17, 1988.
Rights Any display, publication, or public use must credit the D.H. Ramsey Library Special Collections, University of North Carolina at Asheville. Copyright retained by the authors of certain items in the collection, or their descendents, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
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Processed BySpecial Collections staff, JF 2012
Interview Date1988-04-16
BiographyLee Shai Weissbach is a professor of history at the University of Louisville.

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